Gregory Redding, MD
Certified Pediatric Pulmonologist
of Pediatrics, University of Washington School of Medicine
Pulmonary Medicine Division
received his medical degree from Stanford University after obtaining a
Bachelor’s Degree in Biology at the University of California in
San Diego. He completed his pediatric residency at Harbor General/UCLA
and his pediatric pulmonary fellowship at the University of Colorado.
In 1980, he developed the Pediatric Pulmonary Division in Seattle and
has been the Division Chief ever since. He is a Professor of Pediatrics,
Chief of the Pulmonary Medicine Division, and Director of the Pediatric
Pulmonary Training Center grant. Dr. Redding is committed to improvement
in children’s health and health care through research, training
, and clinical excellence.
is a nationally recognized expert and leader in pediatric pulmonary medicine.
His clinical scope is broad, though he is specifically interested in children
with thoracic deformities/scoliosis, interstitial lung diseases, and asthma.
has many research interests, including the pathogenesis of chronic lung
disease in developing countries, disorders of the thoracic cage and their
treatments, and interstitial lung disease in children. His philosophy
on training and education is to assure independent and critical thinking
and the application of physiologic principles to clinical problems. He
mentors and actively promotes the success of all members and trainees
within the Pulmonary Division.